Sodium hydrosulfide is a yellow chemical compound with the formula NaHS. It has a low melting point of 350 °C. It’s obtained by half-neutralization of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) with sodium hydroxide. Generally NaHS undergoes two phase transitions. Below 360 K, a rhombohedral structure forms, and Below 114 K, the structure becomes monoclinic. The sodium hydrosulfide is obtained by iodometric titration, exploiting the ability of HS− to reduce I2.Thousand tons of NaHS are produced annually. Its main uses are in cloth and paper manufacture as a makeup chemical for sulfur used in the Kraft process, as a flotation agent in copper mining where it is used to activate oxide mineral species, and in the leather industry for the removal of hair from hides.
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Appearance: Pale yellow liquid smells like H2S due to hydrolysis by atmosphere applications
For removing hairs from hides
As a floating agent
As a makeup chemical
In the leather industry for de-hairing of hides
As a flotation agent in copper mining
Mainly in paper manufacture as a makeup chemical for sulfur
In the kraft process
|NaHS Content||30% + 1%|
|Na2S Content||< 1%|
|Iron as Fe||0.20%|